‘May those suffering because of the past, and those fearing the future, realise the happiness of the spontaneous presence.’Buddhism
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Wonderful quote. Origin, please?
Inspired by the Tibetan teacher Longchenpa.
Spontaneous Presence is a common teaching in Dzogchen.
Other Buddhist traditions use different terms for this insight: the Unborn, Deathlessness, Timelessness, Buddha Nature.
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